[Distutils] Trove classifiers for MicroPython?

Radomir Dopieralski radomir at dopieralski.pl
Mon Feb 13 07:17:28 EST 2017

Is this the right place to ask for this? It has been over four months
already, and there is no action on this. Perhaps there is some more
official way to request this that I am missing?

On Thu, 20 Oct 2016 11:43:16 +0200
Radomir Dopieralski <radomir at dopieralski.pl> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I'm not sure this is the right place to write to propose new trove
> classifiers for PyPi -- if it's not, what would be the right place?
> If this is it, then please read below.
> The MicroPython project is quickly growing and becoming more mature,
> and as that happens, the number of 3rd-party libraries for it grows.
> Many of those libraries get uploaded to PyPi, as you can check by
> searching for "micropython". MicroPython has even its own version of
> "pip", called "upip", that can be used to install those libraries.
> However, there is as of yet no way to mark that a library is written
> for that particular flavor of Python, as there are no trove
> classifiers for it. I would like to propose adding a number of
> classifiers to amend that situation:
> For the MicroPython itself:
>     Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: MicroPython
> For the hardware it runs on:
>     Operating System :: Baremetal
>     Environment :: Microcontroller
>     Environment :: Microcontroller :: PyBoard
>     Environment :: Microcontroller :: ESP8266
>     Environment :: Microcontroller :: Micro:bit
>     Environment :: Microcontroller :: WiPy
>     Environment :: Microcontroller :: LoPy
>     Environment :: Microcontroller :: OpenMV
> I'm not sure if the latter makes sense, but it would certainly be
> nice to be able to indicate in a machine-parseable way on which
> platforms the code works.
> What do you think?

Radomir Dopieralski

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